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28 September 2016
The IFSB-INCEIF Executive Forum Covers Shari`ah Governance Practices

28 September 2016
The IFSB and World Bank to Host High-Level Seminar on Islamic Finance

29 August 2016
The IFSB to Organise Facilitating the Implementation of Standards Workshops for Banking, Takāful and Islamic Capital Market Regulators

25 July 2016
The IFSB and AMF Sign MoU to Foster the Development of Islamic Finance in Common Member Countries

21 July 2016
IFSB - INCEIF to Organise Two Executive Forums for Islamic Finance on Sharī’ah Governance Practices and Financial Inclusion

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IFSB programmes to facilitate the development of the Islamic financial services industry     

Defining New Standards in Islamic Finance

The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) is an international standard-setting organisation that promotes and enhances the soundness and stability of the Islamic financial services industry by issuing global prudential standards and guiding principles for the industry, broadly defined to include banking, capital markets and insurance sectors. The IFSB also conducts research and coordinates initiatives on industry related issues, as well as organises roundtables, seminars and conferences for regulators and industry stakeholders.

Standards & Publications

IFSB Published Standards/Guidance Note

  • IFSB-18 (April 2016) 
    Guiding Principles for Retakāful (Islamic Reinsurance)
    [ ENGLISH | ARABIC ]
  • IFSB-17 (April 2015)
    Core Principles for Islamic Finance Regulation (Banking Segment)
    [ ENGLISH | ARABIC ]
  • IFSB-16 (March 2014)
    Revised Guidance on Key Elements In The Supervisory Review Process of Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services (Excluding Islamic Insurance (Takāful) Institutions and Islamic Collective Investment Schemes)
    [ ENGLISH | ARABIC ]
  • GN-6 (April 2015)
    Guidance Note on Quantitative Measures for Liquidity Risk Management in Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services [Excluding Islamic Insurance (Takâful) Institutions and Islamic Collective Investment Schemes]
    [ ENGLISH | ARABIC ]
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Exposure Draft

  • ED TN-2: Technical Note-2 on Stress Testing for Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services (IIFS) [Banking Segment]
    [ENGLISH] | [ARABIC]

    Comments on the ED should be sent to the IFSB Secretariat not later 21 June 2016.

Reports / Research / Proceedings


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